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Diana, Just want to report that your method for removing the green cast really works well for me. I also added contrast and saturation to compensate for the Lysonic ink and Somerset Velvet paper I am presently using. Two of my most difficult images came out with brilliant colors. Now I still have to work on to get the blue/purples to come out true, right now I keep getting magenta instead. Thanks for your suggestions. Also not checking the "show edits in preview" box while editing profiles suggested by others is a big help. Ursula Freer http://ursulafreer.com > From: "Diana York / Hawk Meadow Morgans" \ > My inkset is Generations and my papers are Hawk Mountain. > > But the adjustments I was referring to have nothing to do with the what > ink/paper combo I am profiling. I was referring to adding magenta to get rid > of a green cast. I too was getting a green cast when my initial profile was > created. Instead to just adding more magenta to "get rid of" green, I added > red and blue to achieve the same effect (getting rid of green cast) without > creating a magenta cast. > > I did have to spend quite a bit of time finding the correct values for the > red and blue sliders, but the resulting profile is very good. I have made > several profiles for different papers and all involved adding red and blue, > but in differing amounts depending on the paper. I am very disappointed that > I have to tweak Profiler RGB profiles now (I did not have to do anything to > my scanner created profiles before my printer firmware was upgraded), but > the profiles I create do work well and until I invest in a > spectrophotometer, I will continue to use the product. > - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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